Research&Development at Sensorize S.r.l. Via Bruno Molajoli, 124 – 00125 – Roma – Adjunct Professor of Biomechanics, School of Sports and Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
At the University of Rome “Foro Italico” from 2003 to 2011 as Intern student – PhD student – Post-Doc fellow
Born on September 17, 1981. Bachelor in Science Degree in Movement and Sport Sciences (2003), Master in Science degree in Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity (2006, best thesis in the field of human movement analysis by the Italian Society of Movement Analysis in Clinics) and Doctorate in Sport and Health Sciences (2010) at the University of Rome “Foro Italico”. He joined the Locomotor Apparatus Bioengineering Laboratory (LABLAB) in 2003, concluding his experience in 2011 with a Post-Doc fellow. During his Master Degree Program he is winner of a grant within the “Leonardo da Vinci” Program promoted and funded by the European Community for a six months fellowship at Xsens Motion Technologies (R&D area), leading company in wearable inertial and magnetic sensors technologies for human movement analysis. All his research is focused on the development of methodologies for human movement analysis and performance assessment by means of inertial and magnetic sensors. In 2008, during his PhD, he and other colleagues from LABLAB found Sensorize, a spin-off company of LABLAB where he is currently employed in the R&D area. Sensorize is expert in developing and producing technological solutions based on wearable inertial sensors for sport and rehabilitation professionals. He is currently Adjunct Professor of Biomechanics at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in the (Bachelor Degree in Movement and Sport Sciences) and teaches Biomechanics in several courses of the Italian Federation of Weightlifting.